Putt for Great Golf Results

October 2, 2015 0

By Kathy Gildersleeve-Jensen, PGA, 2014 PGA National Teacher of the Year Successful putting is attainable by all players. Your putter is the most frequently used club in your bag and it helps lower your score significantly. The […]

Why The 2015 U.S. Open Made Golf Cool Again

July 2, 2015 0

Since the 2015 U.S. Open was held at Chambers Bay, things are still buzzing about this particularly amazing event.  Not only long-time lovers of the game of golf, but also those who have never played, […]

Hit it High to Score Low

May 3, 2015 0

By Kathy Gildersleeve-Jensen, PGA 2014 PGA Teacher of the Year This is an exciting month for golfers in the Pacific Northwest as we play host to the U.S. Open Championship in just a few weeks. It […]

How to reach your Goals ‘FORE’ Golf

December 31, 2014 0

  Golf success does not come to those who idly watch the golf world pass by. You must make your own personal golf goals. Here are some methods to help you identify and reach specific […]

Use the Golf Scorecard to Improve Your Score

November 1, 2014 0

Scoring in golf is simple:  The lowest score wins.  The scorecard is to keep score, data, and statistics for an individual or group.  The scorecard is a numbers formula towards playing all kinds of various […]

How to Conquer “Lip Out” Putts

August 29, 2014 0

Everyone that has played the game of golf has experienced a putt that catches the edge of the hole and it spins around the rim only to stay on top of the surface without falling […]

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